A 1999 Burks Fork area interview with Arlie Harman Tobler on preserving, sewing, casket work, farming, and country store she ran with her husband, Sherman.
A lively 2016 interview with Arva Conner Coleman, age 95, on farm life, one-room schools, and enterprise. She believed, “you’ve got to work. Work’s the one thing that has to go on.”
Snowy view of the Upper and Lower Bluffs after the mountain had been logged.
2017 oral history interview with Dale Belcher, as part of a high school, university, and non-profit project partnership
Earl Moles provides a richly detailed 2000, Buffalo Mountain interview on area music, hunting, butchering, logging, games, preserving, country stores, and horse training.
Mr. and Mrs. Alderman describe farm, family, and work life in the Buffalo Mt. area of Floyd County, with additional descriptions of music, recreation activities, and church.
A 1999 interview at the Rutrough home. The couple relate stories of local history, early medical practice, rural, recreational, and home life, Buffalo Mt. area, Willis.
Jigs, templates, and clamp created by Stanley Lorton for his instrument making.
This soapstone piece appears to have broken after two smooth faces had been cut with a wood saw.
Hollowed-out basin from soapstone quarried near Buffalo Mountain.
A CD with 20 songs recorded by Stanley Lorton, long-time resident of the Buffalo Mountain section of Floyd County.